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, half moon bay, it will be pouring in the city within the hour. the heaviest rainfall still to the north. it's creeping to the south, though, and tomorrow is going to be a washout, wet all day, windy as well at times, with rough surf and a slight thunderstorm chance. that's it. flash flood watch is in effect for the coast, for the north bay and for the mountains through monday. that's an update. there will be widespread ponding on the roads and urban flooding. wind advisory also in effect. wind gusts 35 to 45 miles an hour. and take a look at our futurecast. look at the color code. there's not one part of the bay area that our computer forecast model says will receive less than three inches of rain between now and sunday. this will be a widespread soaker, one of the likes that we have not seen in about seven years here in the bay area. we'll have the forecast coming up. >> paul, thank you. as you just said, it's all about the north bay right now. cbs 5 reporter elizabeth cook is in petaluma. >> reporter: hi, dana. the rain has been pretty steady throughout the night. just recently it tap
down in one bay area city tonight because of the storms. >> good evening i'm ken bastida. >> i'm dana king. shut down for hours because of a power outage. liz. >> reporter: dana, between 40 and 50,000 commuters were effected by the massive melt down this evening. look behind me. as you said all under ground transit stations shut down tonight. many are still trying to figure out how to get home. the chaos began with a grew some accident earlier this evening. >> i seen her. when the trollly went back i didn't see her. >> a woman in a wheelchair clipped the backside of a westbound trollly and was dragged underneath the car along market from delores to church street. >> the woman was taken to sf general for life-threatening injuries. the accident shut down service from the f trolly. 45 minutes later another melt down. this time the transformer that gives power to all the under ground lines blew up. shutting down service to the entire under ground transit. apparently it was damaged with water damage from yesterday. >> the massive shut down forced thousands of passengers to find another wa
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a week, which is new for the city. >> reporter: but there was a light at the end of this soggy tunnel. a rainbow in san jose, signaling round one was done. marin county typically gets hit the hardest during one of these big storms. now people who live in this area and across the bay area are bracing for round two tomorrow night. live in marin county, elizabeth cook, cbs 5 eyewitness news. >>> and up in tahoe, they got a mix of rain and snow today. when all is said and done, ski resorts at lake level and above could get several feet of snow. of course, you can get high-def doppler radar for your neighborhood anytime. go to cbssf.com/weather. >>> the mother of a bay area teenager is begging anyone who knows anything about her daughter's murder to come forward. the 16-year-old and her 15-year- old best friend were gunned down in oakland this weekend. cbs 5 reporter christin ayers talked to the mother tonight. >> reporter: tonight it's quiet on this block of minna street. a teddy bear, flowers and the flicker of candlelight, the only sign that something tragic happened here just days ago.
. >>> in oakland city hall hundreds of people are lined up in the city council chambers to way in on a battle that's been brewing for a while now. cbs 5 reporter christin ayers shows us it has to do with people and their pets. >> reporter: in dog years it's a lifetime. 14 years since neighbors have been well, dog fighting over this small stretch of grass along lake merit. >> i call it a pitch fork battle. it's very contentious. >> nowhere are dogs allowed to run off leash. some people want to turn this into a dog park. >> he and his son who learned to play soccer here aren't among them. >> i can't believe people would prioritize the needs of their pets over the needs of oakland's children and families. >> there's going to be dogs and kids won't play here. >> opponents say it's a good idea but a bad location. on one side traffic and on the other a playground where children play day and night. >> this park won't displace the soccer users. >> dog owners showed up to the council meeting with signs prepare to speak now or forever hold their leash. >> that there will be plenty of room to participate in
their babies here. though the practice is legal, the city is investigating. jodie velasquez is a neighbor and sees pregnant asian women come and go. >> they are eight to nine months pregnant, walking around the neighborhood. >> reporter: we tried to get a comment from this man, who was about to drive through the house gate, but he claims not to speak english. i spoke off camera with a building code expert employed by the homeownerment he -- homeowner. he says he was hired to make sure additional rooms added were up to code. he says he saw no evidence of a maternity hotel. but neighborhood advocates argue otherwise and plan to protest the home on sunday. >> we're hoping that we will send the message loud and clear. >>> a man walks into a convenience store. this is not a joke. he may have left -- well, i don't know. he may have left almost $200 million richer. that's no joke. look at the video surveillance video. several witnesses say he has the powerball numbers. look at the reaction. yeah! looks like he does. could this be the winning ticket that was sold in arizona? time will tell. >> i
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